ABC News reports:
California health officials have lifted the regional stay at home order for all areas statewide on Monday morning, including the San Joaquin Valley, Southern California and the Bay Area. In a press release, health officials said the four-week projection for ICU capacity in the three areas were above 15%.
The counties within the three regions will return to the color-coded tier system. California’s health secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly will go back to providing weekly tier updates. The stay-at-home order closed bars, wineries, nail salons, hair salons and barbershops, and other personal care services.
Private gatherings of any size were prohibited, although enforcement of that has been inconsistent. Restaurants had to shut down in-person dining, even outdoors but were allowed to continue takeout and delivery.
The state has confirmed this morning that it has ended the stay-at-home order in all affected regions, including the San Joaquin Valley. All regions have now returned to the tier system and are now allowed to reopen outdoor dining, hair salons and more. https://t.co/4JSKZoH7Mr
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